ST. PAUL (AP) -- President Clinton might try to squeeze in a private meeting with Gov. Jesse Ventura during his visit to St. Paul, which starts tonight, the governor's spokesman said.
John Wodele said nothing is final yet, but there is a chance the two will meet before Clinton leaves Thursday.
''We've been in discussions with the president's staff and we expect that the governor and president will get together at some point during the day,'' Wodele said.
Clinton is coming to Minnesota as part of a two-day, four-city swing on school reform and will be visiting City Academy in St. Paul, the nation's first charter school.
Ventura has no plans to appear at any of Clinton's public events, Wodele said.
The governor has met with Clinton three times before -- twice when Ventura traveled to Washington, and once in St. Louis. All three were related to the National Governors Association.
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